UB professor and transdisciplinary artist Shasti O’Leary Soudant’s high-concept, large-scale exhibits are known for getting people talking.

Her latest project, bound for two lakeside locations in Erie, Pennsylvania, is bound to get people listening, as well.

O’Leary Soudant, visiting assistant professor in the Department of Art, College of Arts and Sciences, is one of seven artists selected by Erie Arts & Culture to be partnered with less-established Erie-area artisans to create works for the Creating with Community Artist Residency Program. The project was designed to empower local artists from underrepresented backgrounds, and to create opportunities for them to engage

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Jane Walentas was a woman of many layers. She was an accomplished artist whose quiet, thoughtful manner disguised an inner core of grit and determination. When she died July 5 in her Southampton, New York,home, following a fight with cancer, she passed on a legacy as a discerning philanthropist who made it possible for others to achieve success and experience the exhilarating beauty of art.

In October, she and her husband, David, made a landmark gift of $100 million to the Jefferson Scholars Foundation at the University of Virginia that will fund scholarships for first-generation students at UVA. David

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Just a few years back, if you wanted to check out the Christ statue in Rio, or marvel at the 4,000-year-old mummy at Kolkata’s Indian Museum (yes, they have that), you would have had to visit the actual place.

Not now. Thanks to Google Art & Culture, you can access them from anywhere. At a time when we are still a tad uncertain about travelling, and planning an international trip remains a pipe dream, technology can certainly take care of our travel itch. And platforms like Google Arts & Culture allow us to explore museums and heritage sites halfway across

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Today’s building regulations don’t allow the installation of single glazed windows except for listed properties. Most homeowners want to make their homes as energy-efficient as possible to save money over time. That’s where double glazing and triple glazing windows come in handy.

Both of these models are more energy-efficient than single-glazed windows. But there will be a time when double glazing becomes inadequate and triple-glazed windows become the norm. With energy efficiency high on their agendas, most homeowners are in favour of triple-glazed windows for their homes. This article provides information on the difference between double-glazed and triple-glazed windows … Read More

So, you have an arts or design website, but no traffic? SEO could be the answer to get lots of traffic for your website and those valuable leads for your business. We interviewed Fabi Gulgonul, an ex-Googler and the founder of https://internationalseo.agency which is an international seo services company offering multilingual link building services. He provided us a couple of tips on how to get better ranking at Google:

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Always make sure you serve the best possible content and don’t make basic technical mistakes like putting too many images without textual content or the content such as … Read More

Fine Line Group has announced more than $100,000 in grants awarded through “THE NEW NORMAL: An Artist’s Response to COVID-19.”

Following a competitive application process and juried review of artwork submitted by over 200 applicants, 43 local artists were selected to receive funding for new works that reflect life in Fort Worth during the pandemic.
Developed by Sasha Bass in partnership with program administrator Lauren Saba Childs, THE NEW NORMAL is a first-of-its-kind funding initiative designed to achieve multiple goals: empowering local artists to work, creating a lasting visual record of this unprecedented time, and bringing the people of Fort

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